Mamelodi Sundowns fans will be jumping for joy as the club have completed a major piece of business?
By GlobCapacity | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 2556 views
As Mamelodi Sundowns are currently having the time of their lives on the football pitch a lot has been happening at the club off the pitch lately with there being a lot of movememt behind the scenes
It is widespread news that the Mamelodi Sundowns top boss Patrice Motsepe is a strong candidate and is in contention for the role of position of CAF President therefore vacating his current role with Masandawana
But before the Mamelodi Sundowns boss officially leaves the club it would appear the Brazilians boss will be going out with a bang as the club have entered into an interesting new venture & partnership with the University Of Pretoria according to & courtesy of reports from KickOff.com
"The agreement, which is five-years long, will see the partners collaborating in growing and improving the game of football through knowledge-sharing from both parties,"
"And providing training opportunities for up-and-coming youth players,"
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